May 8, 2008
(Norcross, Ga., 1 May 2008) The new pocket-sized Leica DISTO D2 laser meter developed by Leica Geosystems is a compact, ergonometric-designed device able to measure distances, calculate area, volume, and hard to reach areas utilizing the indirect functions at the touch of a button with fast, reliable results.
A small but mighty tool, the Leica DISTO D2 includes a soft grip, flip-out end-piece, and shortcut keys for addition, subtraction, area and volume, and simple Pythagoras (indirect), as well as handy functions such as the ability to stake out positions using equal distances. The flip-out end-piece guarantees accurate results when measuring from edges or corners while shortcut keys ensure rapid access to frequently used functions.
“The Leica DISTO D2 at 4.37â€x1.65â€x0.91â€ is by far the smallest and easiest laser distance meter to use in the world. With the added features like indirect measuring and the multi-use end piece users will wonder how they ever got along without a DISTO and now at an unbelievable price. The day has come for any one who measures on a regular basis to switch to a Leica DISTO.” Tim Commons, Vice President / General Manager – North America.
Leica Geosystems offers a three-year warranty on all Leica DISTO instruments if the product is registered at www.disto.comwithin eight weeks of the date of purchase.
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